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Re: cleaning the corners of those double spoke whe (archive)

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Posted by JAW on May 11, 1999 at 15:01:14:

In Reply to: cleaning the corners of those double spoke wheels posted by Brian on May 11, 1999 at 13:46:28:

You can buy a "wheel" cleaning brush from PEP Boys (or other auto parts stores, I guess) that has a narrow end on it- I have one and it is great for cleaning the tight spots of spoked wheels. Just make sure you DONT buy a hard-bristled or metal-bristle brush! You don't want scratches!

Also, ZYMOL makes a wheel cleaning kit which is awesome! It contains brake dust detergent, a brush, and some stuff to spray on the wheel surface AFTER you clean it. The After stuff treats the wheel surface and inhibits build-up of new brake dust...

JAW
98 M3 Conv
: Does anybody have a good way to clean the outside corners of the double 10-spoke wheels. I really like the wheel and I keep fabulous care of them but I can't ever get to those 10 outer corners of each double spoke. Anybody have any tricks? What do you use to stick in there to get that area? I'd really like to take care of the finish on that part of the wheels also.

: Brian




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